Category Archives: Black History

FAQ: New Natural Hair Transitioning…

As of late going natural is the new trend & I get NUMEROUS questions from my new naturalista sistas about my crown of nearly 6 years. I decided to put ALL the info into one resource so its easier thus, … Continue reading

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Love Me So Naturally by Alicia James

Naturalistas, get into this.. like, ALL THE WAY into this…

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Link-Up: Afeni Shakur-Davis’ Statement On The Occupy Movement

One of my favorite revolutionary sistas/walking testament and YOUR favorite hip hop mother, Afeni Shakur-Davis recently released a statement via the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation Facebook page on the Occupy Movement that’s definitely worth the read…   “The Occupy Wall … Continue reading

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Flashback Track: “Ya Strugglin’” by KRS-One | 1990

Listen!!

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Enter Your Essay for the “Where Did Our Love Go” Anthology!

Here is your opportunity to submit an essay to be included in an anthology with potential to be featured alongside a cable network series. There are 16 days left to submit your 1200 – 2500 word essay for consideration to … Continue reading

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Registration for the 100 Black Men Annual Conference Opens TODAY!

Men, gentlemen and Kings, the registration opens TODAY 12/1/11 for the Annual 100 Black Men 2012 Conference set for June 13 – 17, 2012 at Hyatt Regency Atlanta in Atlanta, GA.  This esteemed conference includes workshops on effective mentoring, community empowerment … Continue reading

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NEW MUSIC: “SWAG” by @TheRealBanner

If you ℱℴℓℓℴω me on Twitter, you already know how I feel about ♥ David Banner. ♥ And just in case you don’t understand just look at him! ℱℴℓℓℴω him HERE, listen to him speak, research his growth as an … Continue reading

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Architectural Digest: The Smith Family | Home Sweet Home

“Everything needed to be done by hand, we wanted to feel the love and labor that went into every piece of this place.” -Will Architectural Digest got an exclusive preview and photos of the Smith family 25,000 square foot home. … Continue reading

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The Root: “They’ll Miss Obama When He’s Gone” -D. Swerdlick

The Wall Street Journal’s Peggy Noonan was probably right last week when she wrote that “nobody loves Obama” anymore. In last week’s Gallup poll, the president’s approval rating dropped to a George W. Bush-like 40 percent. While Obama probably still … Continue reading

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ELEVATE the Conversation for National HIV Testing Day

If you live in a predominately black city, behind every 100 doors you will find 70 African American men & women infected with the HIV virus. HIV is the worst enemy of our friends, families & lovers but even with … Continue reading

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